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7-10 octobre 2018 SALT Galata

Excursions urbaines

La transformation urbaine de Gaziosmanpaşa : historique, acteurs et projets

8th IFEA Archaeology Meetings

Anatolian Landscapes Inhabiting Asia Minor in Antiquity

En bref

L'IFEA est un Institut de recherche français en Turquie. Dépendant du MEAE et du CNRS, il a pour vocation de faciliter, de fédérer et d'impulser des recherches en sciences humaines et sociales. C'est une structure de services et d'accueil des chercheurs. L'institut propose une programmation scientifique ouverte au public. 

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The symposium aims to identify a diagnostic based on international norms concerning the monuments protected within the World Heritage Site of İstanbul. With a professional outlook, it seeks to open discussion towards a methodological framework that facilitates a rethinking of the methods of conservation initiatives. The motto being “conservation through innovation”, the meeting will bring together a diverse group of motivated speakers of various professional backgrounds from around the world in order to promote the management of cultural heritage as an information-oriented process.
 
The symposium will be an occasion to inquire about the role of creativity and the relations between the public, NGOs, and professionals involved in the conservation processes of cultural heritage sites, and to discuss various case studies presented by academicians, professionals, and NGO representatives brought together to share experiences on different levels, including:
 
-the rehabilitation of urban settlements;
-the conservation of monuments and archeological sites;
-the restoration and management of city walls.

Program

 
December 21, Tuesday
 
09:30-10:00  Registration
 
10:00-10:30   Opening remarks
 
Mehmet Gürkan (Assistant Specialist, Istanbul 2010 European Capital of Culture Agency)
Yılmaz Kurt (Secretary General, Istanbul 2010 European Capital of Culture Agency)
  
10:30-11:15   Session I: Presentation of the thematic framework
Evert Verhagen (Manager of Creative Cities; Owner of REUSE BV; Project manager, Stadsdeel Noord)
“The value of identity: a creative approach towards heritage regeneration”
Korhan Gümüş (Member of Executive Board, Istanbul 2010 Agency)
The role of creative thinking in the conservation of cultural heritage.
 
 
11:15 – 12:30  Session II: Conservation and Creativity: General Approaches
 
Keynote speaker:  Pierre Laconte (President of  International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISOCARP); President of the Foundation for the Urban Environment)
Luca Zan (Director of the Graduate program on Innovation and Organization of Culture and the Arts, University of Bologna)
“Ten years after. The rise and fall of autonomy in Pompeii”
Nora Şeni (Director of French Institute of Anatolian Studies-IFEA)
Aykut Köksal (Lecturer at Faculty of Architecture and Faculty of Fine Arts, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University)
“A new paradigm for the Coservation”
Moderator:  Deniz İncedayı  (President of Istanbul Chamber of Architects)
 
12:30 – 14:00   Lunch break
 
14:00 – 15:00   Session III: Beyond disciplinary boundaries for the conservation of cultural heritage
 
Keynote Speaker:  Giora Solar (Former Head of Conservation Deptartment of the Israel's Antiquities Authority, of the Getty Conservation Institute's Projects Unit, Member of the ICOMOS International Executive Committee)
“Participatory planning process as assurance of sustainable results”
Seher Türkmen (Head of Alanya Museum Directorate Fortress Field Management, Director of Alanya Museum)
“Alanya Fortress Field Management Operations”
Tansel Korkmaz (Lecturer at Istanbul Bilgi University, Faculty of Architecture)
“Creative thinking in restoration: How does the perception of the past dissociates from the fiction of the past?
Okan Erhan Oflaz (Deputy Mayor of Fatih Municipality)
Nevzat Sayın (Architect)
Moderator: İdil Üçer Karababa (Lecturerat Istanbul Bilgi University, Faculty of Architecture)
 
15:00-15:15  Coffee break
 
15:15 – 16:30  Session III Opinions / Remarks
 
 
December 22, Wednesday
 
10:30 – 12:30  Session I: Public, inclusive and participatory experiences of new urbanism for the rehabilitation of urban residential areas
 
Keynote speaker: Jeroen Saris (Director of Urban Development Consultancy ‘de Stad bv’)
“Temporary use, a key to creativity: Redevelopment of old sites for the creative economy in the Netherlands”
Donald Hyslop(Head of Regeneration and Community Partnerships, Tate Galleries)
“Museums, Heritage, Creativity and Community”
Marko Brumen (Project leader of New Times New Models project for Pekarna magdalenske mreze)
“New Times New Models – What have we learned?”
Aylin Orbaşlı (Reader in Architectural Regeneration in the Department of Architecture, Oxford Brookes University; board member of ICOMOS-UK International Council on Monuments and Sites)
“Tourism, Gentrification and Neighbourhood Renewal”
Moderator:  Asu Aksoy (Lecturer at Istanbul Bilgi University, Cultural Management Program)
 
12:30 – 13:30  Lunch break
 
13:30 – 14:45  Session II: Questioning new experiences of restoration and management of city walls  
Keynote Speaker: Zeynep Ahunbay (Lecturer at Istanbul Technical University, Faculty of Architecture, Department of Restoration) 
“Proposals for the successful management of Istanbul’s Land and Sea Walls”
Christophe Bouleau (Conservation Project Officer, Aga Khan Trust for Culture)
“Al Darb al Ahmar and the City Walls Conservation in Cairo by the Aga Khan Trust for Culture”
Işık Aydemir (Lecturer at Istanbul Commerce University, Department of Interior Architecture and Environmental Design)
“Questioning the possible roles of creativity  in the restoration and management of city walls.”
Moderator: Işık Aydemir
 
14:45 – 15:00   Coffee break
 
15:00 – 16:00  Session III: How to prepare management plans for archaeological sites and areas, how to open the plans to participation?
 
Keynote Speaker: Jerzy Gawronski (Head of the Archaeology department of the Amsterdam Municipal Office for Monuments and Archaeology (BMA), professor maritime and urban archaeology at University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam Archaeological Centre)
“Prediction and reality: Archaeology of the North/Southline metro in Amsterdam”
Alessandra Ricci (Lecturer at Koç University, Department of Archaeology and History of Art)
“Excavating and conserving Istanbul’s Byzantine Past: the Küçükyalı ArkeoPark Project”
İsmail Karamut  (Member of Istanbul Renovation Sites Conservation Council of Cultural and Natural Heritage, Former Director of the Istanbul Archaeological Museums; Former Director of Marmaray Project Excavations)
“Urban Archaeology and Marmaray Excavations”
Gül Pulhan, (Lecturer at Koç University, Department of Archaeology and History of Art)
 “Interpretation and Presentations of Archaeological Sites”
Moderator: Gül Pulhan
 
16:00-16:15      Coffee break    
 
16:15- 18:30     Conclusions: Suggestions for restructuring in the processes of conservation
 
Jeroen Saris (Director of urban development consultancy ‘de Stad bv’)
Evert Verhagen (Manager at Creative Cities, Owner at REUSE BV, Project manager at Stadsdeel Noord)
Alain Servantie  (DG Enlargement of European Commission)
Istanbul European Capital of Culture, history and perspectives”
Asu Aksoy (Lecturer at Istanbul Bilgi Universitesy, Cultural Management Program)
“New Models of Public-Private Partnerships for Istanbul's Historic Neighbourhoods”
Cengiz Aktar (Head of University Istanbul Bahçeşehir University European Union Studies, Writer at Vatan and Hürriyet Daily News)
 Füsun Alioğlu  (Coordinator of ‘Cultural Heritage and Concervation’ Master Program, Kadir Has University)
“How can Protection, conceptually and practically, can be reidentified in the context of creativity?”
Sibel Özel (Chair of International Law Department at Marmara University, Faculty of Law)
“Legal regulations in Turkey at the conservation of the “ Cultural Heritage”
Mete Tapan (President of the 2nd Board for the Conservation of Cultural and
Natural Heritage in Istanbul)
Moderator: Korhan Gümüş (Architect, Member of Istanbul 2010 Agency Executive Board)